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Post Road Library

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5010 Post Road
Cumming, GA 30040 United States
770-781-9840 https://www.forsythpl.org

April 2020

Basics of Estate Planning with Michelle Wilson

April 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Post Road Library, 5010 Post Road
Cumming, GA 30040 United States
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Attorney Michelle Wilson of Wilson Legal will present basic information about estate planning that every adult should know. Be prepared! Learn the difference between a will and a trust. Be informed about why you need a financial power of attorney and a health care directive as part of your estate plan.

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Advanced Bass Fishing Lures

April 11 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Post Road Library, 5010 Post Road
Cumming, GA 30040 United States
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There are a dozen basic Bass lures that come in hard and soft plastic styles that anglers should learn to use. This class will cover the most common lures used to catch Largemouth Bass, Spotted Bass and Shoal Bass year-round. Veteran angler Ken Sturdivant will show and demonstrate these lures to anglers, and he will also have a free Tackle Box List to get anglers started. Ken Sturdivant of Southern Fishing is an expert on fishing in Georgia lakes.

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Show of Hands (An ASL Storytime)

April 18 @ 1:15 pm - 3:00 pm
Post Road Library, 5010 Post Road
Cumming, GA 30040 United States
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Join Tracey Varrone of the Brick and Ivy Studio for a storytime presented in American Sign Language where children can explore books, fingerplays, rhythm activities and more in a 45 minute storytime. Afterward, enjoy time for socializing with new friends until 3:00 p.m!

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Forsyth Reads Together: Sherman’s Atlanta Campaign

April 30 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Post Road Library, 5010 Post Road
Cumming, GA 30040 United States
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On May 6, 1864, William Tecumseh's Army pulled out of Ringgold, Georgia, and headed for its major objective - Atlanta, Georgia. Sherman's army numbered over 100,000, while Confederate General Joseph Johnston never had more than 74,000. After a series of significant battles in north Georgia, Sherman's troops began crossing the Chattahoochee River just north of Atlanta on July 8, 1864. Seeing that there was little chance that he could break through the defenses of Atlanta, Sherman chose instead to destroy…

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